The Business Management Program is a two-year program designed to develop the fundamental skills, knowledge, attitudes, and experience necessary for men and women to function in decision-making positions.
Combining academic training with practical on-the-job training compatible with the student’s career objective, courses in the Business Management Program are offered in both the day and the evening.
Those students interested in the AAS Degree in Business Management with the design engineering emphasis must complete the following courses:
- ARCH 1302 History of Architecture I
- ARCH 1311 Architecture, Society, and Culture
- ARCH 2312 Construction I
Departmental advisement is required.
Pre-registration counseling is required for admission to this degree program and is available from departmental personnel in the Moody Learning Center.
The proposed transfer of credit on this plan is subject to review and verification by Admissions and Records.
Related Degrees and Certificates:
Business Management: Financial Management Option, A.A.S.
Administrative Design Management, Level I Certificate
Business Management, Level I Certificate
Financial Management, Level I Certificate
Entrepreneurship, Level I Certificate
Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 63)